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'''Non-totalistic Life-like cellular automaton''' are a generalization of [[Life-like cellular automaton|Life-like cellular automata]]. The term is sometimes erroneously<ref name="post49815" /> used to refer to just [[isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata]], rules in which the global transition function is isotropic (that is, invariant under rotations and reflections). For more information, see:
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'''Non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata''' are a generalization of [[Life-like cellular automaton|Life-like cellular automata]]. The term is sometimes erroneously<ref name="post49815" /> used to refer to just [[isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata]], rules in which the global transition function is isotropic (that is, invariant under rotations and reflections). For more information, see:
  
 
* [[Isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automaton]]
 
* [[Isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automaton]]

Latest revision as of 17:02, 19 April 2018

Non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata are a generalization of Life-like cellular automata. The term is sometimes erroneously[1] used to refer to just isotropic non-totalistic Life-like cellular automata, rules in which the global transition function is isotropic (that is, invariant under rotations and reflections). For more information, see:

References

  1. Dave Greene. Re: Thread for basic questions (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums